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Kenyans head to the polls on Tuesday to elect their fifth president since independence. The election pitches Vice President William Ruto against opposition leader Raila Odinga. DW looks at what's at stake.
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The high cost of living is a pressing issue for the electorate in the country, and the wider African continent.
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